Hina Anwar

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Recent Posts by Hina

Sun Apr 15, 2018 12:14 AM in Integrating Science
Hi Henry, I wish we could incorporate more science into our classroom and in our lessons! It is a bummer that a lot of focus is around staar. I am in a ELA and reading classroom and we incorporate science through nonfiction units. Also, we incorporate science in some of our reading passages. The kids love Storywork JR in my class, and Storywork JR has many scientific articles.

Sat Apr 14, 2018 11:56 PM in Class Size
Hi Maci, The first thing I would do is get to know my students. Getting to know your students will allow you to personalize lessons and tailor it to your students. I think the with a smaller class you can come up with more individualized lessons. You can involve them in the teaching process as well as evaluation by gaining their input in rubrics, checklists, lessons, and activities.

Sat Apr 14, 2018 11:46 PM in 5E lesson plan
Hi Julissa, I was introduced to the 5E lesson plan during my pre-teaching semester. I have not used it until this semester. I feel like this type of lesson plan is best used for science lessons. It allows the students to take ownership of their learning because it allows them to explore the topics before the teacher explains it to them. This allows children to make their own observations as wel...